ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:5322
PROTOANEMONIN

Freqency:
in 3 ingredients:

  • 95
  • 190
  • 344
  • in 23 recipes:

  • 3
  • 12
  • 36
  • 64
  • 73
  • 126
  • 136
  • 187
  • 206
  • 217
  • 240
  • 287
  • 293
  • 311
  • 312
  • 323
  • 329
  • 363
  • 405
  • 412
  • 446
  • 479
  • 499

  • Properties
    C5H4O2    96.08





    1:  Blasco R, Wittich RM, Mallavarapu M, Timmis KN, Pieper DH.
    From xenobiotic to antibiotic, formation of protoanemonin from 4-chlorocatechol by enzymes of the 3-oxoadipate pathway.
    J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
    1995;  270(49): 29229-35

    2:  Bose RN, Fonkeng BS, Moghaddas S, Stroup D.
    Mechanisms of DNA damage by chromium(V) carcinogens.
    Nucleic Acids Res.    impact factor:   5.748
    1998;  26(7): 1588-96

    3:  Pratviel G, Pitie M, Bernadou J, Meunier B.
    Mechanism of DNA cleavage by cationic manganese porphyrins: hydroxylations at the 1'-carbon and 5'-carbon atoms of deoxyriboses as initial damages.
    Nucleic Acids Res.    impact factor:   5.748
    1991;  19(22): 6283-8

    4:  Skiba A, Hecht V, Pieper DH.
    Formation of protoanemonin from 2-chloro-cis,cis-muconate by the combined action of muconate cycloisomerase and muconolactone isomerase.
    J Bacteriol.    impact factor:   3.712
    2002;  184(19): 5402-9

    5:  Kaulmann U, Kaschabek SR, Schlomann M.
    Mechanism of chloride elimination from 3-chloro- and 2,4-dichloro-cis,cis-muconate: new insight obtained from analysis of muconate cycloisomerase variant CatB-K169A.
    J Bacteriol.    impact factor:   3.712
    2001;  183(15): 4551-61

     
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